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    I haven't even cut the growth from last year! Lucky you.
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    I only have buds on 2 pots. One pot full of oreophila(around 3 budding), the other full of flava(around 4 budding). I dont get it, I have other oreophilas and flavas older than the ones in these pots, and those are not budding yet. Same conditions too. Weird. Average temp so far has been 58F in the day and 42F at night.

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    I am in central Texas so usually about half a month behind S. CA. growers. So far I do not have buds, but last year started seeing them right around the 20th of January. Shouldn't be long!

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    I don't have anything visible yet. It's still too cold here.

    I've already made a list of things to divide, repot, and provide pot up-sizing though. Seems like I will be gifting an oreo this year.


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    Yeah, not that I have any Sarracenia to bud, but we got a foot of snow today with some more coming tomorrow...

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    We actually had a light frost this morning. I had to scrape my windshield with my fingernails since I don't own a scraper. The highs/lows for the next 7 days are supposed to be 65/41. Should start seeing more buds in the next week or two.

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    I need to check... typically my bigger plants start hinting at flowers by now. But then the late frosts always come and make my early buds stunted and deformed. :/
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    [QUOTE=Fred P;1003155]We actually had a light frost this morning. I had to scrape my windshield with my fingernails since I don't own a scraper. The highs/lows for the next 7 days are supposed to be 65/41. Should start seeing more buds in the next week or two.[/QUOTE

    Oh please. Mine are frozen as we speak except for the overflow in my garage. I'm working on more room for everything currently. Post as they progress. Its about time someone talks about Sarrs in 2011. Good growing Fred. Your plants look great.
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